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rescue crews at the phoenix apartment complex after the fire. this is a live look at 24th street and union hills. >> firefighters say one home is gut the. as many as eight more damaged. we're waiting on word how many people will have it find other places to stay tonight. as we get answers, we'll let you know. >> tonight, the final words of a wrong way driver are haunting a valley woman tonight could have prevented this crash on the loop 101 near thunder bird. cbs5, ashley has an exclusive interview. >> yeah. just some terrifying moments for this young woman and her friend. you take a look at what's left over of this deadly accident. the young woman and her friends were at the circle k. and they told us, they did everything they could to not let that guy drive away. she didn't want to be identified. but take a listen --
and just didn't make, really any sense. he just kept saying honestly and trying to figure out how to get home. at that point he had walked away and said pray for me and got in his car. >> she says that's when he sped off. hay did call 911 and give a description of the car and a license plate to the police. they then decided they were going to get in their car and try to follow that driver. they were traveling on the eastbound lanes she told me that at one point the guy was going to well over 80 miles an hour. after about 10 minutes the guy ended up getting off the freeway and then, they saw him once again going to the wrong way on the westbound lanes. that young woman and her boyfriend followed from the other side of the freeway. moments later, she watched the driver slam head on into another car. >> it happened pretty fast. he hit him head on.
and at that point his car had been on fire. >> she and her friends, they do wish they could have done much more. they say they're praying for the family of the two men who died. their names have not been released. cbs5 news. >> thanks. we're tracking more breaking news in phoenix tonight after crews had to rescue a pregnant woman from this scene. from a burning car. 24th street and baseline. where two cars collided there along with the pregnant woman, three others involved in the crash were all taken to a local hospital. here's the good news tonight. the pregnant. who -- woman, the other folk, they're expected to be okay. we're waiting to hear back from police what caused this accident. we are tracking your tomorrow. when hillary clinton comes to the valley to encourage people to vote early.
sun devil fitness complex. we will stream it on our mobile app. so you can watch from anywhere. and donald trump getting a 10 million-dollar boost from his campaign from a super pack aim and the going after clinton's e- mail scandals. future 45 is the organization behind the new ads set to start airing tomorrow. >> and arizona is a battleground state. and that is prompting some very unique campaign tactics. >> found le their homes to complete strangers. from all around the country. these homeowners are baking for the strangers living in their house. >> we don't see them often because they're working pretty hard. >> the clinton supporters are hosting campaign volunteers in from out of state. >> it was easy to say yes, but then you start thinking, of who is coming here. so we started googling and trying issue -- who are the
the good fight in arizona. >> kelly heightton left life behind in texas to join arizona clinton volunteers. she's living with a host she didn't know until she got to town. >> we get along great. she's so generous. >> it's only the democrats matching volunteers. >> we haven't had to bring people out they're doing now. we have been able to do it or beganically. because -- organically. >> democrats obviously feel differently. why many are offering up their homes to complete stage strangers hoping hoping it pays off. more coming to arizona later this week. in phoenix, cbs5 news. >> all right. thanks. if you haven't already droppedped your early ballot in
morning. today was the deadline set to basically guarantee your vote is counted on election night. for more answers on this general election, the 2016, you can open up our cbs5 mobile app. >> a 5-year-old boy was the target of an absolutely nasty prank. he was hit in the face by a paintball while he was out with his family on hal halloween night. >> take a look here. trick or treating. when a car drove by d paintballs at them. the little boy, right there on the left, he was hit pretty hard in his cheek. tonight, his face swollen. his parents say that he even had nightmares last night about it. could have taken his eye out. we had our baby with us. if it hit the baby, our baby is 12 days old. it could have killed our baby. >> three other people hit. police still investigating this incident. they believe the suspects
some people living in buckeye looking for answers at sky high water bills went straight to city hall tonight. >> and ever since, we exposed the problem, people have been flooding us with e-mails and phone calls. as amanda goodman explain, they are frustrated. >> the goal here tonight, to put the pressure on the city to figure out why these water bills are so high. because those stuck paying them, say all they have gotten so far are excuses. >> about 40 people showed up to the council dozens of people say their bills increase suddenly and significantly. one woman we talked to said hearse -- hers went from $200 to $1200. while the water increase was tonight in agenda, they did share their frustrations are and possible solutions during public comment. most have been told a leak is likely to blame. but they're not buying it. the city told us the same
not willing to admit there must be another explanation, how can they begin to research the problem and how can they expect the people to believe they're trying to address their concern. >> do we think people are wasting it intentionally? but we need to identify where it is. we have to try to help them find out where their issue is. >> the city has set up a dedicated hot line and e-mail to resolving these issues. they say it may take some time but they do plan to get to everyone. we have those details for you reporting in buckeye. cbs5 news. new video coming in tonight from brazil where 10 people kid while part of a gratto they were in collapsed. four others injured in that accident. the valley's population has jumped basically the in last decades. but it looks like those at the neighbors aren't affects traffic all that much.
using technology to core owe graph your commute. >> reporter: every time you roll up to one to more than 3000 traffic lights, your car is interacting with a government partnership called as aztec. it's a collaboration of. this week they're marking 20 years like the conductor of an orchestra, they're the people who have been orchestrating traffic for the last two decades. >> it was very complicated before. let me tell you that. >> reporter: says before 1996, valley cities didn't coordinate their traffic signals. so with had you crossed from the phoenix to glendale, you might hit a lot of red lights.
partnership. >> it brought streamless across the boundaries. >> reporter: now aday, all of the data from 25 agencies gets sent to this room. so operates can manually tweak timing of traffic eights. >> there's a lot of finesse that goes into it. it's more of an art than a science. >> but now leading an as tech project. >> the system will ring cog needs when there's an incident and when there's more tr >> by this time next year, the goal is to install 50 smart signals that can detect traffic flow. the future of aztec, conducting your commute. derrick stoll, 3 tv. great pictures had on twitter -- pictures on twitter tonight. with that beautiful sunset going viral tonight. winter flip-flop socks.
internet for $5.99. 70 degrees. you might need the socks tonight. caller weather today. 82 degrees for the high. that's our average. we'll take it. as you can see with the at the slight and radar, just a few high, thin clouds. shower activity around northern arizona. we'll see an increasing chance with showers in the forecast. it looks like on thursday. pretty quiet day tomorrow. and then notice what happens. we'll start to see some m a chance of rainfall across the valley. about at 20% chance. better chance up in the high country and around eastern arizona. but here's your day in detail. great for hikers tomorrow. tomorrow, temperatures dropping down to the lower of 0s. we lit a hague tomorrow. 82 driveways. cool down to the mid-70s by 8:00 and that seven day forecast. here you go. staying comfortable through friday. there's that chance of rain in the afternoon hours. after lunchtime on thursday, friday, 83 and then things start to warm up. 80 still over the weekend and
tuesday. all right. it is still 10-10. so you're ready for tomorrow so you can go to bed. >> and dream of flip-flop socks. fashion statement. not sure it's one you want to make. or you can stay up with us as we look into a spike of gun sales. >> and the video is absolutely incredible. where a police officer puts his life on the line to save a burning woman from that car. >> plus -- it's the picture you mave look at this. the star of office. makes a valley boy a sensation and he gets a little help from one of the show's cast members. >> open twitter really fast on
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caught on camera. this is intense. look at this. a santa fe police officer rescuing an 87-year-old woman fromhe trying to get out. as the flames shoot from the front of her car. the woman did have to be treated for smoke inhalation. she, and that officer, are both going to be okay. so she needed some help getting out of the car. >> that was close. >> it has happened before. a spike in gun sales. leading up to a presidential election. >> but cbs5 has learned this year, it's a little different. because many buyers are
wake up asceses preston phillips shows us which one and why. >> reporter: it's the rifle with a bad rap. the ar15. that firearm many love to hate. some call it an assault rifle. others simply call it a rifle. no different than this one. >> this is not very menacing to anybody but can do a lot of damage. >> reporter: this political season, many gun enthusiasts e sold three times as many ar 15 15th this month than there's a and 550% increase in sales oh just last year. >> there's a people coming in buying 3-5, 6 at a time. i had a pregnant woman bringing her three toddlers with her. she brought 6 -- bought 6. that she was going to keep them for
november 8th they would be a lot more valuable. >> reporter: murphy says he has no doubt the ar15 sales spike is directly tied to what many gun owners say they have been feeling for many years now, a clinton white house and liberal supreme court. >> right now demand through the roof. and a lot of them, i can't replenish because demand is high, there's nothing me to grab from. >> reporter: some my may ask if the world why you would want or need. >> i'm trying not to be political but a lot of is iticker really media push -- is liberal media pushing assault style. but, you know, what? i don't need a lammer be gee knee either. i can get to work in a minivan.
background check. they don't pass, they don't get the gun. >> reporter: vb -- cbs5 enoughs. in september, the fbi processed just under 2 million gun related background check. that is more than any other month on record. and it is worth noting while both obama and clinton advocate for gun restriction. they also said they support the right to bear arms. and by the way, ar15s are not the most popular gun that owner hear which gun and why, we have posted that part on our interview on the story. and we're not the only state with recreational marijuana on the ballot. >> for years medical marijuana has been the pot issue for voters. but if passed in all five states, including arizona, a quarter of the country's pop pew police station will live in -- population will live in a state where pot is allowed.
american politics. if we win big, we have a chance to win federal marijuana prohibition. >> and that includes prohibiting banks and credit unions taking money made off marijuana sales. and she was announcing the vote tally for clinton. and today 102-year-old jimmy emmits cast her ballot. when the woman was born, women weren't even al she still remembers the day her mother cast her very first ballot in gilbert. >> they all came down to watch the women get to vote. even the men were happy. and they were all cheering and we kids were running around there. a new something good was happen -- we knew something good was happening. >> right there with her vote socks. says if she can get up and vote, so can you.
open enrollment now under way for obama care. consumers started signing up today. people in arizona are facing some big rate hikes and fewer insurance. obama care supporters say the law has helped around 20 million people get health insurance. we have answers tonight for parents with kids who have peanut allergies. >> a team in texas now working for a patch that delivers small doses to a peanut protean. they hope to train kids to handle small in isn't a cure but a good start. now researchers looking at long term effects. check this out. a halloween costume that beats out the rest. it's trending tonight all across social media. >> this is awesome. >> a 2-year-old dressed from one of the stars from the hit show, the office. and he is from right here in the valley. the chandler mom and dad are huge fans of the show. so they decide this to dress up
characters. as dwight and little lincoln. isn't he just dwight to the a tee? the wire rim glass accident, the tie and of course, you can see it p he's carrying a beat. >> i posted the picture on instagram a couple days before halloween and tagged some of the office cast members. hoping maybe one or two of them would see it and maybe like the pictures. >> one of the actresses of the show little lincoln. she thinks this has seen by 100 million people. >> that's a big reach. >> going viral. >> a lot of creative cost -- costumes last night. >> he's a beet farmer. >> good stuff. all right. we've got good stuff when it comes to your weather tomorrow. but some changes that could
to our local communities and economy. georgia lord: senator john mccain has been a powerful advocate for the base, taking a bipartisan approach when securing the fighter pilot training program. lisa lundskow: thousands of jobs depend on luke. without john mccain's leadership and experience - we could have lost many of those jobs. georgia lord: without question, senator mccain's leadership has made arizona and america stronger. john mccain: i'm john mccain and i approved this message. vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her - and arpaio did nothing. rapes, assaults, even child molestation, remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
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thousands of baby turtles getting released back in the wild we're talking about 17,000 baby. they were released over the weekend in the amazon river basin. authorities and volunteers will be releasing more may byes -- more babies over the next few weeks. a few stray showers you can see up north in arizona. grand canyon. just north of flag staff. pretty quiet day expected for tomorrow. temperatures near average. but then, thursday. we're going start to see some showers rolling here. looks like, especially thursday afternoon, 20% chance of
better chance up in the high country. we'll start off below freezing. 60 for an overnight low in phoenix. 57 flag staff and temperatures in press temperatures in -- prescott will get up to 68. right. so we start down to sue son. u of a tipping off the preseason with a college of idaho store. he did not play. fueling rumors about his eligibility being in question. other who missed all of last year with knee injury had to be carried to the locker room. shawn miller said it didn't look good. does not look gear if the ray smith. the cats win but might have lost one of their best players. >> the indians with a chance to clench their first world series title. you knew it would not be easy. the last time the indians won the world series. played first base.
josh tomlin hangs the breaking pitch. the cubs go up is-0. but a chance to limit the damage. two outs, adson rustle. indians outfitters, i got it, i got it. you take it. bryant will try to score all of the way from first. he finishes with authority. that could be the moment that changed the series. adson russell adds a grand slam. it was over after that. game 7, winner take all >> dream for that man, man. we know it's going to be a good game. we know their guys are going to be good. we got one of our best pitchers this year going to do. so you dream for this. >> it's no panic. there's no lifestyle. we're here to have some fun. here to win some ball games and pick some teammates up. that's jury our game. that's how we played all year. so a lot of fun. >> can't wait for tomorrow. >> a slow start this season so
had an nhl low 4 points. heading into tonight, they had a visit from the defending western championship. san jose sharks. welcoming san jose to town. let me hit you with three quick goals. that's what the chi -- chi yet -- coyotes. and then jamie mcagain 3-1. and 38 saves. and it. on a happier note. good night tonight of the just sports in chandler. joining up with the store, bruce on and that promote his foundation selling hats. the cards coach takes us a break. >> getting emotional sometimes. but to be able to have the foundation grow like it has, and to be able to partner with kelly and just sports is just amazing. to get it out there and to give 100% of the proceeds for the t-
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i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this messsage. paul babeu oversaw a place of horrors as headmaster of a school for at-risk youth. students were denied basic human rights and were subject to sexual abuse. arizona deserves better. arizona's largest newspapers endorse tom o'halleran for congress. "the republic" says, "elect tom o'halleran. his words match his work." "o'halleran puts the common good above party politics.
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